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May 16, 2014 12:30am PDT
quote . >>> good afternoon, supervisors. dr. derek kerr [speaker not understood]. two years ago supervisors wiener, chiu, [speaker not understood] lead a campaign to purge the sunshine task force. they wanted to get rid of those who determined that a committee of supervisors had violated the sunshine ordinance, while approving the park merced development deal. [speaker not understood] a pretext to justify the purge, namely, the innocent merger of the bylaws of the task force. what they wanted was a task force devoted to government rather than open government. supervisor wiener went so far as to deploy a slanted and surreptitious audit of the task force, again, to justify the
May 8, 2014 12:36am PDT
another stool? >> fred: we just got your note about you wanted your nephew derek to play drums with kim tonight? >> seth: my note? >> fred: yeah. it's got your signature and everything. we just got it. >> seth: derek. no, i didn't -- that's not my note. that's -- somebody forged my signature. derek! derek, get over here. god, i am so sorry about this everyone. my nephew derek is visiting, and i promised his mom i'd keep an eye on him tonight. [ applause ] and make sure he'd do his homework. but it looks like i can't let him out of my sight. so, now he has to sit with me at the desk -- where he can't get into any trouble. have a seat, derek. [ laughter ] >> hey, uncle seth. cool house. [ laughter ] >> seth: you know i don't live here. >> yeah, but maybe you should, right? [ laughter ] what's up? >> seth: no, i'm not going to high-five you, derek. >> why? give me some. >> seth: no. you're interrupting our show. we talked about this. you said you were going to be cool? >> i know. i thought it would be funny. but i guess it was just immature. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's okay. it's
May 31, 2014 2:30am PDT
with the times. >> derek had just about had it. >> i hate the claim ticket. >> a college student at a college bar he lost his coat in a place he thought was safe. >> i hid my coat somewhere. it got taken when i went to find it it wasn't there. what's annoying is these nightclubs don't offer a coat check. >> he wasn't just any college student. he was a senior majoring in entrepreneurship at indiana university. and he didn't just lose his coat. he found an opportunity. >> i went to the bar owners, i asked why they didn't provide a coat check. they told me some tried, some had not. some didn't think of providing it. i said you mind if i come in and get rax and set it up and see if i could do this? like yeah. do it next week. >> he borrowed $500 from his parents, bought cheap rax and hangers and launched coat check. his first client was killroy sports bar, the same place his jacket mysteriously disappeared. >> derek handled everything. he set it up, tore it down, checked the coats, had the insurance. it was hands off for us. >> killroy saw the benefit of derek's coat check in the bottom line. not onl
May 16, 2014 1:00pm PDT
's disability council here on may 16, 2014. my name is derek zarda. the new elected cochair. i will be handing it out to mr. wong. >> good afternoon and welcome to the mayor's disability council this friday may 16, 2014, in room 400 of san francisco city hall. city hall is accessible to persons using wheelchairs and other assistive mobility devices. wheelchair access is provided at the van ness and mccall street. and entrance is provided via a wheelchair lift. assistant listening devices are available and our meeting is open captioned and sign language interpreted. our agendas are also available in large print and braille. please ask staff for any additional assistance. to prevent electronic interest parents to -- interference with this room's sound system and for everybody's ability to focus on the presentations, please silence all mobile phones and pda's. your cooperation is appreciated. we welcome the public's participation during public comment. you may complete a sticker card available in the front of the room or call our bridge line at 415-554-9632. where a staff -- excuse me. person wi
Comedy Central
May 6, 2014 1:00am PDT
. is it found watch your paul derek play. you pliew blew out your knee and rehabbed it to come back for the final year. won comeback player year. any advice for derek? >> no advice, jon. my wish for derek is that -- and i pray every night for him to stay healthy so you can enjoy his whole year. >> jon: nice healthy year run the whole gamut. >> enjoying and make sure that he be there for his fans. because he deserves it. >> jon: you pray for that every night. >> oh, yeah. >> jon: never throw in anything for the mets like a nice corner outfielder. you have a direct line to god praying every night. >> we'll try, jon. >> jon: let's just let derek jeter have another nice year, why not? the best there ever was. the closer it's on the bookshelves now. never be another like one like. for paul ridley there's no substitute for advil. it's built to be as fast as it is strong and fights pain at the site of inflammation. and made for people like paul, who believe nothing should stop you from achieving your goals. not doubt. not fear. and definitely not back and shoulder pain. advil has the stren
May 5, 2014 3:30am PDT
. >> yes, i'd like to nominate derek to be a co-chair or candidate. >> thank you. does anyone second the nomination? >> i second it. >> great. are there other nominations? oh, councilmember zarda, do you accept the nomination? >> yes, i accept the nomination. thank you, yes. >> okay. do we have any other nominations? all right, then. if we don't have a ton of competition, but we'll still do our secret ballot. >> okay. the results of the election, we have four votes for derek and one absentee. >> okay, congratulations, derek. >> thank you very much. (applause) >> i didn't give you an opportunity to speak before the vote. would you like to say a few words now? >> yes, i would. first i'd like to thank my fellow councilmembers for your support. it has been an honor since first starting serving on this council this past fall. i wanted to thank the mayor's office staff for their support. i really want to address you in the crowd, everyone here today, everyone on the bridge line, everybody watching on tv whether this be live or on a repeat. everybody who is watching this on an online stream
May 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
derek zarda, present. councilmember at tatiana kostanian, absent. councilmember star laura, absent. councilmember denise, present, harriet c wong, absent, councilmember roland wong. present. >> item 1. welcome introduction, and roll call. >> item 2, action item and reading and approval of the genetic. >> item 3, public comment. items not on today's agenda but within the jurisdiction of the mdc. each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. >> item 4, information item. report from cochair sup initiate. >> item 5: information item. report from the director of the mayor's office on disability. item 6. information item. bart new train cars, design and public input. the presentation will provide an overview of the fleet of the future project which will replace bart's aging fleet and expand the number of cars to relief crowded conditions on the bart system. it will include an overview of outreach that has been conducted and information on accessible features of the new trains that have been included in the design based on the input from the bart accessibility task force and other disability org
May 14, 2014 12:00pm CDT
for that. >> have more music from derek >> have more music from derek hutchinson. in the criminal justice system the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime and the district attorneys, who prosecute the offenders. these are their stories. if she ever asks, we finished early and watched the game till almost midnight. i hate football. you like it now. you beat the spread, took a double sausky from me and bought a couple of rounds. who played? bears, vikings-- 24-21. sherri's a good woman. why do you want to hurt her? remember your lines, nobody gets hurt. when i get hitched... you got to have a date first, bozo. uh, spiegelman, 6a. who won, anyway? she must be out.
May 23, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. derek norris and his beard line within to left. caberra is coming in to make the play. some thought his career left for dead after it didn't work out in san francisco, caught with steroids, he has a rebirth in toronto. 3-2. the a's hanging tough. in the 8th inning norris and his beard don't get the job done. 3-2 blue jays. first time the a's last two straight since may 7th. >>> jim harbaugh at mini camp today and people are in his face. you have a guy like alton smith going through the trials and tribulations. you can't hide. tim from the san jose mercury got in harbaugh's case about the character of smith and his team. >> what's your standard then? 10 felony counts. >> i know you're working hard asking that question but i thought about the answer to that a. that. >> do you want your player be above? >> i certainly don't want them below. there's still nothing i can add the to this discussion . >> a simple deal would have been it's a legal matter, i have nothing to say. i bet harbaugh goes that route next time. >>> donald sterling's wife has been given control. it's a big thing. >>> have
May 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
, derek norris is his name. i take that back. boy was he great today. derek norris, second homer of the day. he looks like grizzly adams but he plays like derek norris. a's win, 9-1. they sweep the nats. >> kind of rare for me to wing 3-0. when you get a guy that's scuffling a bit out there. he's been battiling a long inning. the 3-0 swing away. i always tell myself, right there. there go. it's right there in your happy zone. and he went there twice and it just happened to work out great for me. >> fastball down the middle. would you wait for that pitch? men on base? would have been the same thing. >>> over to golf. players championship. final round of the honorary fifth major. spieth started hot but on 8 misses his par putt. probably wants to jump in the lake like this turtle go for it. dive. hey, that's a pretty smart turtle there. the leader kymer struggled after a rain delay. on 17, sinks the par putt to keep one shot ahead of the rest. the gallery goes nuts when he makes that shot. kymer's first win since 2010. that will do it for you. great to see so many people wearing pin
May 21, 2014 7:00am PDT
with the stars" "gma" after-party. they're almost here. wow. the screams are deafening. many for derek hough and amy purdy. but for the champions, maks and meryl, showing up. candace is here. they're all here. james maslow, looking good. all right. hey, guys. hey, guys. we're going to get so much more, as they get off the float, coming through times square. and get down through this crowd and into the studio. my friend, derek hough. amy purdy. all right. we're going to come on. we'll get them in a couple minutes. let's get to the weather forecast so you can get an idea of what is happening here. it really is so exciting. but let's talk about -- >>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. starting off with patchy fog and low clouds hanging around and we will have sunshine this afternoon and the warming trend begins. we have clouds and possible drizzle tonight and the warmth kicks in, in time for the holiday week. here is the temperatures, low 60's along the coast and the clouds are more stubborn and mid-60's at san francisco but low-to-mid 70's throughout the bay shore and low 80's inlan
May 5, 2014 6:45am EDT
know, derek bell, derek bell is a legal scholar always felt that nothing could happen in civil rights that would benefit black people in less that benefited non-black people more. so i don't agree with derek 100%, but i think in terms of looking at the positive legacy, not the vietnam war, but the positive legacy of lyndon johnson's presidency, have looked at in terms of what he did for all americans. i hesitate because these are really congressional ask that we are talking about. so it's the federal government. now, obama. >> gosh. i think it's far too early to tell. because i think what obama's legacy will be, it won't be so much in the individual legislative actions. affordable care act or things that he didn't do or shortcomings but really the kind of, what into the, the historical significance of having the first african-american president and so do i think, two-term president, i think he is an inspiration for the world. he's someone who will go down as a good president, and i think will be someone who will be looked back at, back on as having a symbolic signal, sort of mark on t
May 17, 2014 9:00pm PDT
. in the third, rangers on the power play, put on a clinic before derek stefan finds that. they go on to take the claim 7-2. >>> pga tour in texas, gary woodland, a four under 66, helped by this long putt. bottom of the cup. great shot. fifth consecutive birdie here on 16th. they're chasing todd and gu steph. going sp into sunday's final round. >>> amgen tour of california took riders on an 88-mile trek. great britain's -- wiggins retains the overall lead. the race concludes tomorrow in thousand oaks. another great day for the tour. of course with the fires down there, it's going to have tough interesting leg tomorrow. >>> next on abc 7 news at 9:00 within, a new art exhibit back east is making a splshy debut. >> and the watch abc is now available to bay area dish customers who want to watch abc 7 news online or on tablets. go to and click on the watch abc logo to figure out how to watch it. you can download the app >>> coming up at 11:00, the last minute preparations for tomorrow's big bay to breakers race. plus a toddler recovering after he nearly drowned in east bay. >>> and why pe
May 11, 2014 11:00pm PDT
their legs. derek norris hit a pair of three-run home runs and oakland completed a three-game sweep by clobbering washington 9-1. scott kazmir alolwed four hits in seven shutout innings for his fifth win. that's it for the kron 4 news at 11. stay connected with kron 4 and get latest news at kron 4 dot com. or download one of our mobile apps. we'll see you tomorrow morning! [doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed. >>> "the weekend insider" with perspective on this week's top trending stories. >> there's real evil in the world. those girls that were kidnapped. >> angelina on the nigerian kidnapping. how hollywood is now uniting to help rescue the abducted girls. >> we have a huge visibility. >> plus were these hgtv brothers fired for their faith? >> do you think there's a smear campaign against you? >> this isn't about me fo
May 15, 2014 4:30pm PDT
the administrative departments are doing. thank you. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. dr. derek kerr [speaker not understood]. two years ago supervisors wiener, chiu, [speaker not understood] lead a campaign to purge the sunshine task force. they wanted to get rid of those who determined that a committee of supervisors had violated the sunshine ordinance, while approving the park merced development deal. [speaker not understood] a pretext to justify the purge, namely, the innocent merger of the bylaws of the task force. what they wanted was a task force devoted to government rather than open government. supervisor wiener went so far as to deploy a slanted and surreptitious audit of the task force, again, to justify the purge. then compliance candidates were recruited. the task force was stacked with folks whose commitment to sunshine laws was more controllable. candidates advanced by the society of pro ~ professional journalists, league of [speaker not understood] were immediately dismissed. so was bruce wolfe, a qualified and experienced candidate, who was the sole representative of the dis
May 13, 2014 5:00pm EDT
as a yankee. >> if you are with the yankees derek jeter feels that to this day. you feel that because when she walked into the clubhouse you are around these great players. not everybody. over, we torre took got back to some calm. the championships speak for themselves. it is about the legacy of what the yankees are in their winning tradition. >> as a yankee do you notice while you are playing the whole yankees of the new york whether it is the media, whether it is television, appearances, commercials, do you feel that when you are playing? >> you do. especially when you win the championships. you do feel that. where almost treated like rock stars in a way. we get a falling all over the country. there are some many fans all over the country. we always get a big crowd of yankee fans. we do feel that. it is one of the strongest brands in sports history. you think about big business and sports because the yankees may be -- they can claim title to being the first big business of major league baseball. that seems to be pretty standard right now. what has that done for the game? >> the popularity ha
Al Jazeera America
May 21, 2014 11:00am EDT
jazeera america, myself, and came cameraman derek devoski were inside there. we were the only crew that spoke with mario hernandez where he told us that he and his wife were very nervous as they were about to enter the hearing room. he told us that the last time he was here he was, quote, treated like dirt. this time a different story. he's being rolled out the red carpet. we had a report earlier from the united states citizenship and immigration services. they told us that they thought that everything would go smoothly. they felt badly about the situation, and they were working to rectify it. so at our best guess there has not been an official ruling yet, but based upon what we know so far, we're understanding that he will get the path to citizenship today. derek, if you can look over here at the u.s. department of homeland security. inside there mario hernandez is in a room. his wife is awaiting patiently in a room outside. mario is with his attorney. we were hoping that they would walk out at some point during this live shot, but we will get them when they come out, and we will
May 9, 2014 11:00pm PDT
for derek. ,,,, everywhere i look, i see a country ready to move forward... and a congress standing in the way. their budgets are late; jobs bills are stalled... and special interests run rampant. as an economics teacher at stanford, i know education means good jobs. so here's my plan: i'd start teaching computer coding in public schools right away. open doors for women in science and technology. and prepare young people for middle class manufacturing jobs. i'm ro khanna and i approve this message, bread. but we know you've been thinking about it, too. so we're always trying to make it even better. that's why we added some ingredients and took others out, making this our best bread yet. bread is on the rise at subway. at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at and thrive. >>> draft day two and the raiders could do no wrong. hall of fame great willie brown, tell us what they won! >> the mighty oakland raiders select, yeah, i know you love us. >> well, we built it up. that's right, derek car
May 13, 2014 5:00pm PDT
to find the four men who were on board. derek shore with more. >> reporter: when you talk about how fast that boat was going and the currant underneath the water, i can show you the lake, but those searchers have pack up for the day. this as it marks day three of an all-out search for these boaters. >> it is said to be one of the deadliest crashes in folsom lake history. three days later, the search continues for the victims' remains. >> i don't think they have had any results yet. they have been sticking with it all day. >> fishermen like kelly owens doing their best to stay out of the searchers way. >> i am sure there are currants that would be moving making things difficult for them. >> today, we're told deputies were employing sonar technology to search for the remains of brothers james and i toby and their friends john smith and jake jacobs, all in their 40s and 450s. all of them from the sacramento area. >> if we had car problems, he would come over and fix it for us. >> williams lives next door. >> it is hard to believe when something like this happens. i just saw him a few days e
May 16, 2014 6:00pm PDT
you sign up. >>> mark is here with sports. first look at the raiders pick, derek carr, the quarterback. i heard a quote from joe montana saying he thinks carr is the real deal. >> yesterday, we told you about the 49ers in camp. equal time for the raiders, as we get a look at their rookies out there this afternoon. khalil mack signed yesterday. he signed, sealed and delivered. how about the second-rounder, derek carr, 50 touchdowns, only eight interceptions thrown last year, senior year at fresno. a look at number 4 and the raiders for his team growing up as a kid, nonetheless, not overwhelmed by his first day in camp with the silver & black. >> no nerves, man. when it comes to football, it's fun. i was excited to finally get back and play football and getting in the underwear and running the 40. met all the veteran guys. they have been great, very helpful. i couldn't have asked for a better situation. i'm extremely happy where i'm at. >> seems pretty cool guy. >>> meantime, out in cleveland, the a's, not exactly hitting weather, you would say out there. but they are going after it agai
May 9, 2014 11:00pm PDT
segunda ronda escogieron al popular mariscal de campo de la universidad de fresno, derek carr, quien en su paso por la universidad rebaso las 5-mil yardas la temporada pasada con 50 anotaciones... derek es el hermano menor de david carr quien fuese la primera seleccion general en el draft del 2002... esta tarde el nuevo jugador defensivo de los raiders, khalil mack, de la universidad de buffalo se reporto con el equipo en la ciudad de alameda... mack fue la primera seleccion de los raiders, quinta general del draft... mientras tanto los 49ers quienes cuentan con una baraja de selecciones decidieron realizar dos canjes y esperaron hasta el puesto 57 general para escoger al corredor carlos hyde de la universidad de ohio... hyde es un jugador explosivo y experto en la zona roja, en la zona de anotacion... mientras tanto en santa clara el equipo presento a su nuevo refuerzo defensivo, el profundo jimmy ward quien jugo en la universidad de northern illinois... el jugador desde el dia de hoy dio comienzo a sus labores de aprendizaje con el equipo dirigido por jim harbaugh... pasemos al beisbol,
May 5, 2014 2:30am PDT
. >> okay. >> councilmember derek zarda. >> thank you so much for coming here today. i'm a huge fan of the longmore institute, ever since attending its inauguration. and i was just curious, for those in the community who maybe have some ideas around some cultural projects to further promote, you know, the disability culture, possibly starting up their own little group and trying to seek partnership with your organization, is that something you would be open to? >> yeah, sure, i'm always open to everything and would love to talk to people about their ideas. the one, the one thing that's just to know at the moment we're two staff people. so, we're trying our best to do what we can and it's great. and i love ideas. i love talking to people. and, you know, if we find a really good synergy, let's go for it, yeah. i can't promise to everybody everything, but i am open and excited about whatever we can do together. that would be great. you know, that's one of the wonderful things about being in san francisco and having groups. but yeah, definitely talk to me, see me, come by. we left one o
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
a curriculum that will educate them and actually met with derek wednesday. and i got a lot of great feedback from him. and, you know, at first -- i even made a mistake. we were so used to in high school to learning that these young people are called special education, and derek, you know, corrected me. i was so happy he did because we want to make sure we're making everything correct in our draft once we present it to the board of supervisors that we have everything correct. and i have some copies. i don't know if i handed to you guys yet. so, it really is just a draft and it's just talking about how we want this to be implemented. we do have some student advisory councilmembers in our committee. so, they get to -- they're going to be able to present this to the board of education while we present it to the board of supervisors, urging them to, you know, pass this. we just think that this, even though it's a really small step into special -- in disability awareness, it's still going to be really helpful in the future if we want to get better inclusion programs for young people. my little sis
May 31, 2014 7:00am EDT
&a programs. now available for a father's day gift. "washington journal closed quote continues. host: derek willis talks about campaign finance. this week he had the headline -- what was your measurement for congressional accomplishment here in this data-driven piece? guest: is not a perfect measurement. it is not something that is going to give you to first and last word on congressional productivity. billasurement was introductions, which is the first step on the way to making sure a bill gets possibly to the president's desk and signed into becoming into law. what i measured was how money bills are members of congress introducing in the house. i also checked the senate. oath chambers were pretty interesting in that. measurement, it is coming down after several years of a flurry of bill introductions in both chambers. is the fewesteing number of legislative proposals offered since the end of the clinton administration. host: the measurements has been bills passed, because result of this process. we're trying to give members the benefit of a doubt in productivity by starting on the front s
May 25, 2014 10:00am PDT
and get into these hospitals! >> we'll talk with derek bennett of iraq and afghanistan's veterans of america. and va wlis wihising blower mar moxness and what they learn about through the media. >> when was the president first made aware of these problems? >> i think we learned about them through the reports. >> what does this say about president obama's leadership? our sunday panel weighs in. and russia vows to respect the outcome of today's presidential election in ukraine despite deadly attacks by pro russian rebels. we'll have a live report from the region and senator kelly ayacht joins us from kiev. it's a fox news sunday exclusive. plus, our power player of the week. honoring our nation's veterans with a proper military farewell. >> no amount of money could ever buy the feeling that i get from the family once i finish the 24 notes. >> all right now on "fox news sunday." and he had low again from fox news in washington. disturbing new develop. s today in a college student's murderous rampage across a california sea side community. police say 22-year-old elliott rogers staff c
May 26, 2014 11:34pm PDT
. and you were saying backstage you're kind of very happy to be here. because it's derek jeter's last year as captain of the yankees. and he was a good captain? >> oh, he's the best. he's a class guy. he's a guy that, no matter if you're a rookie, veteran guy, how many years you've been in the big leagues, he's the same with everybody. >> jimmy: what was the best advice derek jeter gave you when you were on the yankees. >> ooh, a lot of advice. sometimes in trouble. i remember one that was really good that i always had that in my mind. it was my first year. i had an interview in boston. we lost the game. and i was about do an interview with glasses on when he called me on the side. >> jimmy: sunglasses? >> yeah, he called me on the side, "take your glasses off because you don't want to look bad. the media they want to look in your eyes and feel connected to you." so that's something i really appreciate from him. and after that i watching the interviews and never see him with glasses so -- >> jimmy: he's wearing your sun glasses. he takes them from people, don't do any more interviews with
May 8, 2014 2:00pm EDT
the fed do something insane like buying student loans? derek thompson of "the atlantic" says we're insane. we're going to tell him he's insane. it's a crazy segment coming up. alright. let's share the news tomorrow. today we failrly busy. tomorrow we're booked solid. we close on the house tomorrow. i want one of these opened up. because tomorow we go live... it's a day full of promise. and often, that day arrives by train. big day today? even bigger one tomorrow. when csx trains move forward, so does the rest of the economy. csx. how tomorrow moves. (music) defiance is in our bones. defiance never grows old. citracal maximum. calcium citrate plus d. highly soluble, easily absorbed. thcar loan didn't start here. it started with that overdue bill he never got. checking his experian credit report and score allowed him to identify and better address the issue. then drive off into the sunset. experian. that corporate trial by fire when every slacker gets his due. and yet, there's someone around the office who hasn't had a performance review in a while. someone whose poor performance is slowing
Comedy Central
May 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
boyfriend, sparking some hateful tweets from former houston textan and new york giant derek ward, for him to do that on national tv is disgusting. >> man, you got little kids looking at the draft. >> yes, god forbid kids look on the tv and see two men who clearly love cake, two men who cannot get enough sweet, sweet cake. (laughter) oh no. two dudes filling each other's mouths. (laughter) with cake. (laughter) >> jon: the next item i totally did not see comingment an old crazy-- apologizing for hate speech. >> donald sterling speaking out for the first time. sterling says his own words leave him bewildered. and he's not a racist. >> i don't even know how i could say words like that. and i'm so sorry. and i'm so apologetic. >> jon: donald sterling taking back his words of intolerance, as well as reminding us what the cow ardly lion looks like without makeup. i'm sorry, i shouldn't do that it's a mean thing to say. he admitted he was at fault and it's time we put this awful business behind us. >> i'm apologizing and i'm asking for forgiveness. am i entitled to one mistake, after 35 years. >
May 26, 2014 2:32pm EDT
prominent educators from president derek bok of harvard to president edward leiby of the university of chicago said publicly that switching to two years was at least worth a try. richard pozendge are embraced the idea. as did the president of the united states just last year. would third year students be better off clerking for .racticing in a firm finally, joining the course, and this was a big surprise was the american bar associations half -- task force on the future of legal education, which suggested in january of this year that bar admitting authorities could create paths to licensure with fewer hours than the current standard three choir, find devices such as one accepting applicants who have fewer hours of law school training in the standards required or two, excepting applicants with two years of law school credit, plus a year of current fully structured skills-based experience inside the law school or elsewhere. i vigorously dissent. it seems to me this law school in two years proposal rests on the premise that law school is or ought to be a trade school. it is not that. i
May 2, 2014 5:00am PDT
april twenty high pressure hasn't happened for derek and customs control include an entry into debt to make sense. maybe it's related to lunch. ukrainian this tale for any sensitivity and knowledge of protest they attempt to establish bodies became cranky and ukraine. that the mice state this acts as a family plan may be the themes of friendship and denunciation with linda countries and times of international law the new book the little dusty and i surely didn't rise to the border between ukraine and russia are considered by ukrainian side to beat italy britain and the mets and disregard the fundamental rules of international law and violate early commitments the minister of foreign affairs demand that it made it to stop such illegal actions and expressed willingness to take nature's according to the legislation on ukraine. unions themselves will be obliged to pay new taxes. why does the phrase is for those renting houses to today's introduction of a tent for this activity was voted by some to correct fallen into premium on wednesday. the tax rates will vary depending on the nar rel
May 6, 2014 5:00am PDT
center the forums and all checkpoints and it needs one too. derek is his immigrant and you'll pop over to the information involves a must paint that spreads among separate just so many former criminals queens it was a money the amount we're going to die. jj was a success but we trust was it always means according to legal enforcement officials who tried to escape from a bloke succeed. or the material of the temple. i was pleasantly while concerned about being patient in eastern ukraine it raised its moscow to immediately stop the escalation of the concrete and not to disrupt the geneva agreements the most in sunday night's other member states to cancel out on the mac and went on to the stations on the ukrainian he said. the jets and new york to place an emergency meeting of the un security council secretary general called the playstation cotton team in moscow to show restraint. ukrainian represents to put all the blame for the escalation of the concrete and russia ukraine ukrainian authorities are ready to nbc old. and those members who flew from groups who hadn't committed serious cr
May 15, 2014 11:00pm PDT
's but they did trade for kyle blanks from san diego to make room on the roster, reassigning derek barton. more news coming up after the break. >>> finally at home with their family, a little dog rescued from a freeway is resting tonight. chp officers spotted her on 68 o and walnut creek. he used a protein bar to get her. he nicknamed her freeway. her name is actually charm and her family showed up at the shelter. the girl you see there, posted instagram photos for days trying to find her. today they thanked the officer for saving their little dog. definitely a charmed ending. >> look that picture. classic. >> from 680, back home tonight. >> have another protein bar. >> wasn't phased at all. >> her, jeff. >> have a great day tomorrow. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jennifer lawrence, craig robinson, the cast of "a gentleman's gu
May 21, 2014 12:37am PDT
we visited her and partner, derek hough at the rehearsal space. she showed us why the prosthetic feet are not made with dancing shoes in mind. she has had to improvise. >> i try to be graceful. challenging. we figured out. staying low and staying on my toes a little bit more. not that you would know it tonight. >> you are a fantastic dancer! >> perfect scores for purdy and davis. one point apart. final tally decided by the audience at home. the finale olympic style. was down to the wire. >> meryl and maks. >> reporter: the thrill of victory and agony of defeat. david wright for "nightline" in hollywood. >>> amy purdy, a remarkable woman. see her and the three other finalists live on "good morning america" first thing in the morning. thank you for joining us tonight. as always, we are on line at thank you again for watching. and good night.
May 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
incentive to do more. derek morris came to oakland, and guess who they faced today. they raised over $70,000 for breast cancer research. norris facing gonzalez. see you. two on for norris and guess deep again. 2-4, six rbi. gonzalez lasted four. a little temper tantrum. scott cass mr. improves to 5-1, struck out five. stops the threat in seventh. ways with the fourth series sweep of the year, most in the majors. 9-1 your final. >> one of them special days. can't really explain other than somewhere mom is giving me the power and strength to da something special on her day, and all guess 0 out to her. she's always been there for me and nice to give it back to her somehow. >> giants and dodgers-ready to catch a foul ball. tim hudson and clayton kershaw facing off. puig with his sixth of the year, tied at one. to the seventh. giants match power with more power. brandon hicks. 3- giants. now bottom nine, 4-2g-men. romo to close. two outs. ramirez ties it with one swing of the bat. third home run. we good to extras. panda comes through in the tenth. he had the hits. giants had two more and han
May 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. >> good time for ice cream at the ballpark. >> a great day for both our local nines. derek norris brought over in the trade that send gonzalez to washington, and guess who theways catcher faced it to? also extra incentive against your former day. a's raced $70,000 for breast cancer research today. bottom first, norris facing gonzalez, see ya. now 4 or. then two on for norris, 2-4, six rbi. most by anways catcher since 1970. scott cass mr.. improves to 5-1. struck out four, stops the threat in the seventh with a double-play, and then nick punto, a three rbi of his own. ways -- a's with their fourth series sweep of the year. 9-1 the final on mother's day. >> one of them special days. can't really explain other than somewhere mom is giving me the power and strength to do something special on her day. all guess tout her. she's always been there for me, and nice to actually in some way give it back to her. >> tell him to trim the beard. giants and dodgers. kids always bring your glove to the park. the first mistake. shot by the puig. tied at 1. to the seventh. giants match power with more powe
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